Quest for a three-peat: Plotting the ideal KC Chiefs offseason

After winning Super Bowl LVIII, the Kansas City Chiefs have an opportunity to be first team in NFL history to win three straight Super Bowls. If they're going to do so, here's what they need to do.

Super Bowl LVII - Kansas City Chiefs v Philadelphia Eagles
Super Bowl LVII - Kansas City Chiefs v Philadelphia Eagles / Gregory Shamus/GettyImages
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Final Roster

Denotes Veteran Free Agent signing and Denotes draft pick

QB (4): Patrick Mahomes, Blaine Gabbert, Ian Book, Chris Oladokun

RB (7): Isiah Pacheco, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Dylan Laube, Deneric Prince, La'Mical Perine, Keaontay Ingram, Hassan Hall

WR (12): Rashee Rice, Calvin Ridley, Kendrick Bourne, Keon Coleman, Justin Watson, Skyy Moore, Justyn Ross, Nikko Remigio, Jacob Copeland, Anthony Miller, Shi Smith, Montrell Washington

TE (6): Travis Kelce, Noah Gray, Blake Bell, Jaheim Bell, Jody Fortson, Matt Bushman, Izaiah Gathings

OT (6): Jawaan Taylor, Wanya Morris, Dominick Puni, Lucas Niang, Prince Tega Wanogho, Jason Godrick

IOL (6): Creed Humphrey, Trey Smith, Joe Thuney, Nick Allegretti, Mike Caliendo, Austin Reiter,

EDGE (8): George Karlaftis, Felix Anudike-Uzomah, Mike Danna, Charles Omenihu, B.J. Thompson, Malik Herring, Truman Jones, Jordan Smith

DT (7): Chris Jones, Maurice Hurst, Ruke Orhorhoro, Neil Farrell Jr., Derrick Nnadi, Mike Pennel, Isaiah Buggs, Matt Dickerson

LB (7): Nick Bolton, Leo Chenal, Drue Tranquill, Michael Barrett, Jack Cochrane, Cole Christiansen, Cam Jones

CB (8): Trent McDuffie, L'Jarius Sneed, Jaylen Watson, Joshua Williams, Nic Jones, Ekow Boye-Doe, Kelvin Joseph, Keith Taylor

S (6): Justin Reid, Chamarri Conner, Bryan Cook, Deon Bush, Nazeeh Johnson, Trey Dean

Special Teamers (3): Harrison Butker, Tommy Townsend, James Winchester

Note: There are only 80 of 90 roster spots filled in this projection. The other 9 players signed by the team will not affect the salary cap due to the NFL's Top 51 rule (From the start of a new NFL league year in early March until the first week of the regular season in September, only the 51 most expensive contracts count against a team's salary cap.)

Remaining 2024 Cap Space

$7,680,797